New cytoscape course

Emily Chambers
13 May 2024 00:00

New Bioinformatics Course: Analysis of Biological Networks using Cytoscape

The Sheffield Bioinformatics Core is pleased to announce a new one-day course on using the Cytoscape software for the interpretation and visualisation of gene networks.

This highly-regarded and free software, that does not require any prior Bioinformatics experience, will allow you to extract biological meaning from your existing RNA-seq results (or other omics data) and produce publication-ready network diagrams and figures.

The course will take place on Wednesday June 12th from 9:30 to 16:30 with in-person and online options available. Please use this link to secure a place. Or if you prefer to pay using a grant code or cost centre you can email the Bioinformatics Core directly and we can arrange this.

Link for course registration

More information about the course can be found here


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